An evacuation order for Kilkare Rd. in Sunol and Golden Eagle Estates in Pleasanton is still in place.
SUNOL, Calif. (KGO) -- Evacuation orders have been lifted for the 71-acre wildfire burning near Sunol and Pleasanton on Thursday afternoon, CAL FIRE says.
The Canyon Fire is burning on the ridge between Fremont and Pleasanton, north of Niles Canyon, according to Fremont fire officials.
There have been no reports of injuries. One structure, possibly an outhouse, was destroyed.
Evacuation orders have been lifted for Kilkare Road residents as well as those in the Golden Eagle Estate community.
Alameda County Sheriffs officials say 450 homes were evacuated.
A big concern for first responders during the height of the fire was that Kilcare Road in Sunol is one way, in and out. Sgt. J.D. Nelson told ABC7 that if the fire reached the road, there would have been no way to evacuate people.
Officials say if you're traveling in the area of Kilcare Rd. Sunol, please drive carefully as there are many fire vehicles in the area. Foothill Rd. is closed from Bernal Ave to Castlewood Rd.
Mutual aid was requested from Fremont Fire, Alameda County Fire and CAL FIRE.
ABC7 News is getting reports that a live power line is down and PG&E crews are on the scene.
This is one of several wildfires currently burning across the Bay Area Thursday afternoon:
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